Recent Grants in the North Country Region
In recent months, the foundation has made $197,800 in grants and student aid awards in the North Country Region. Examples include:
Affordable Housing, Education and Development, Inc. received $20,000 for operating support.
Appalachian Mountain Club received $20,000 to provide underserved North Country teens with meaninful employment in conservation.
Bearcamp Valley School & Childrens' Center received $5,000 to support a capacity building initiative.
Bethlehem Redevelopment Association received $19,000 for operating support.
Campton Area Resource Center received $15,000 to Increase the capacity of its Food Pantry and Thrift Store as well as its ability to serve in all program areas.
Connecticut River Artisan Group received $3,000 to present art exhibits to underserved, disadvantaged individuals in the North Country.
Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire received $15,000 to provide hot meals, a chance to gather for community support in Berlin, Groveton, and Woodsville.
Haverhill Historical Society received $2,500 for consultant support for strategic planning and capital campaign development.
Littleton Studio School received $8,800 for operating support.
Mount Washington Valley Housing Coalition received $16,000 for operating support.
Mt. Washington Valley Children's Museum received $3,000 to fund its free admission program for low-income families.
NH Food Bank of NH Catholic Charities received $10,000 to support North Country food pantries.
Northern Human Services received $5,000 to provide children with activities and opportunities.
Rumney Ecological Systems received $5,000 to support stewardship fees associated with the Wassett/Fauver Easement.
St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts received $13,500 for operating support.
Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc. received $7,000 to support the Blue Loon Bus Service in Carroll county.
White Mountain Community Health Center received $30,000 for operating support.